Hans-Peter Nilsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 12 Mar 1999 20:50:15 -0500 (EST)
On Fri, 12 Mar 1999, Gilles Detillieux wrote:
> It's like valid_punctuation, in that it's taken as part of the word, but
> unlike valid_punctuation in that it's not stripped out before the word
> is put in the database, if I understand you correctly.
Yes. Whether opposite or tangential to valid_punctuation is unimportant.
> If you get your changes in by Monday or Tuesday,
> then I can follow with mine.
Sounds feasible. At least I should be able to change all the
diverted instancies of isalnum() (or similar) into IS_WORD_CHAR() (or
similar) by then. I'll then work to get that macro to do what I want.
It sounds pretty limited and feasible (at this point).
> I want to get my changes in to 3.1.2,
> which will eventually get merged into 3.2. My concern is if I change
> the same part of the code in 3.1.2 that you change in 3.2, the cvs merge
> may not put it all together right.
I have no such worries, specifically none between 3.2 and htdig-3-1-x; CVS
should handle that branch nicely AFAIK.
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